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January 9, 2010

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  • He vaguely even remembered althought not the name the singer guy, although it was the drummer guy who was married to sue million that was nice enough to put me on the list, but back to the boxtops: the fucking weirdest show i ve ever seen, except maybe for james brown on pcp or the time george jones rode off on the back of a motorcycle with a bottle of tequilla in his hand and a 22 year old blonde drivin'. oh, shit it's stuck. yeah,. (27)
  • He was just smilin and lovin it but he smelled blood and the whole place stopped and was seein who was upsettin the oldies star who sang the letter. and then it got downright absurd cuz he was denying ever knowin anybody that was a bouncer, and, the best one was, and even gary from boxtops laughed at this one--that he never knew anyone in memphis who carried a gun, and. (35)
  • He think so that he can, at this point, at least, give us barely perceptible rockstar eyebrow looks as one by one the beef eatin' midwestern middleagers come by and hand him a boxtops record, dj's come up and talk about the show or their station and one woman who hands him a picture of her boyfriend to sign cuz that's the only piece of paper she's got, and on that one he starts to laugh and brings me and theresa in to the exchange and gets about as close to the old evil lx as. (30)
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January 3, 2010

Color Coded Bookfriends

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poor jll, the only time he get's a big hit in the 80s and he doesn't play piano on it, so he has to stand and sing, which he never does, did, and on top of that wear that suit [which i am conflicted about-- either loving loving it in retrospect for its hip alternative to his usual rock 'n' roll icon status as the original outrageous-dressing {even topping Elvis} cat, to his transformation in the 60s and 70s to the fashion-plate rocker in patent-leather, extra x-toe, custom boot wearin', jordache jean sportin, ruffly tux shirt-- sleeves rolled up above bicep [a style, i myself, dubbed the 'Ferriday Roll' --he's from Ferriday LA--and everybody there does it too...i'm kinda partial to it myself]...all for now



















have a nice ride in the cab.